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University College Advising offers 1 credit hour weekend courses (UNIV 2510) designed to help students focus and fine-tune their skills. Any undergraduate student at OSU may enroll in these courses. Each UNIV 2510 class meets on Friday from 3:30 – 10 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Students can enroll via Self Service at my.okstate.edu or with an Add/Drop card in the Office of the Registrar. Need to enroll in more than one section? Complete the duplicate course override request below.
Spring 2019 Weekend Courses
Improving Time Management - William Tunningley (CRN 30035, CLB 102)
Time is a limited and valuable resource, and unlike money, which can be saved for a rainy day, time is continually getting spent, whether we want it to or not. This course will utilize lecture, group discussion, and hands on work to help students develop skills and strategies to ensure that they are spending their time in a way that helps them meet their personal and professional goals.
Leadership Inside & Outside the Classroom - Kelly Kavalier (CRN 30036, CLB 202)
Do you know what skills you use on a daily basis that show what kind of leader you are? This class will discuss how to identify, improve and expand upon your leadership skills. We will also discuss ways to practice good leadership in your daily life as a student and member of the OSU community.
Roadmap to Personal Success - Charles Harring (CRN 30038, CLB 202)
Our journey to personal success can be both gratifying and challenging. This course will help you realize challenges you may encounter, currently dealing with or have overcome by taking a reflective look at your personal life’s journey to your future goals. Through videos, group work and in-class discussions, students will develop an appreciation/ awareness of their personal strength and determination when it comes to their personal success.
Collaborative Leadership - Kendra Fringer (CRN 30044, CLB 102)
Are you a good team member? This course will seek to equip students with the foundational skills necessary to be successful in a team environment and help them strengthen their own personal leadership. Students will examine areas such as communication, team dynamics, goal setting, conflict management, and networking. This course will utilize lecture, videos, group discussion and hands on exercises to help students understand course materials.
Practical Learning Theory - Jim Hull (CRN 30039, CLB 202)
What are your thoughts on thinking? This course introduces you to Metacognition as a way of thinking about how you think. We also will consider ways of developing techniques and methods to monitor, regulate, and enhance the process of thinking and applying them to your learning and study skills. If you are looking to increase your passion for learning or need to ignite that passion, this weekend class is for you!
Life Management - Mark Nelson (CRN 30042, CLB 102)
Focus on helping students make decisions by evaluating how we make decisions (morality, ethics, good vs. right, etc.). Students will also explore the consequences of their choices and practice case scenarios.
Strengthening Your Study Skills - Nick Holmes (CRN 30043, CLB 208)
Ever thought about how your strengths can be utilized to enhance your study habits? Need to brush up on your study skills? This class focuses on recognizing your strengths and improving your study skills utilizing those strengths.
Fake News and Fallacies Used - Britney Mann (CRN 30037, CLB 202)
This course will take you through several activities to practice how to think critically in the digital age. We will cover an introduction to critical thinking, logical fallacies, and how to evaluate journalism effectively.
Developing Self-Awareness - Michael Rieger (CRN 30040, CLB 102)
This course will assist students in developing awareness of and articulating their strengths, weaknesses, communication styles, and love languages. The course will consists of group activities, individual evaluations, and reflections. Examples of course content are articulating strengths and weaknesses during interviews, building and enhancing relationships through recognition of love languages, and recognition of roles and responsibilities when working in groups.
Exploring Current Topics - Mark Nelson (CRN 30041, CLB 202)
This course will focus on how your values and needs influence your thoughts about headlines, events and current issues. Students will be asked to engage in group discussion and be introduced to development theory.
Budgeting: Seconds and Cents - Michael Rieger (CRN 30045, CLB 102)
Students will learn the basic principles of budgeting and learn how to apply them to managing both finances and time. Course content will address budgeting basics for students and young professionals following graduation.
Duplicate Course Override Request
Need to enroll in more than one section? Fill out the following form and you will receive an email when you have permission to self-enroll in multiple UNIV 2510 courses.